Analog Way today announced the acquisition of Picturall, a well-established manufacturer of high performance media servers based in Finland. Analog Way is an internationally renowned manufacturer of high-end video processors, …
Marshall Electronics announces the release of a new addition to its popular line of miniature cameras for broadcast and pro AV, the new CV502-U3 High-Definition USB POV Camera. It offers the connectivity, performance and reliability required for huddle rooms and web streaming applications with professional adjustment settings, interchangeable lenses and secure mounting options.
Designed for simple plug-and-play connectivity on any Mac, PC or Linux system supporting USB 3.0 input infrastructure, the CV502-U3 uses video capture drivers included with common computer software and soft codecs. Through the use of UVC 1.5, common teleconference and video capture programs can adapt best resolution and frame rate for optimal performance. Marshall also offers free downloadable software for manual adjustment and control where applications require it.
With its goal of following in the Spirit of God and the footsteps of Jesus, St. Paul’s Wolf’s ECC (Evangelical Covenant Church) gathers to enable and equip people to impact lives for Christ. Offering programs for adults, youth, children, involvement in a food bank, as well as a program to help the homeless, the church has numerous opportunities for its members to get involved. St. Paul’s Wolf’s recently completed a substantial overhaul of its AV infrastructure, which in addition to a new sound reinforcement system also included new projection capability. On the video side of the equation, the church is now equipped with projection technology drawn from the catalog of Rancho Santa Margarita, CA-based Eiki International, Inc.
Reynolds AV of East Berlin, PA, a full-service design / build AV firm specializing in audio, video, and lighting services, was contracted to design and deploy the church’s new AV equipment. Karl Reynolds, the firm’s Project Manager, coordinates system design, project management, plus customer training and service for the company. After consulting with church management to determine their goals and requirements for the facility upgrade, Reynolds elected to install an Eiki EK-811W, 8,000 lumen WXGA DLP® laser projector to handle visuals in the sanctuary. He discussed the project and his reasons for installing Eiki projection technology.
Tasked with bringing the supernatural power of God to this generation of worshippers, King Jesus International Ministry was founded by Apostle Guillermo Maldonado and his wife Prophet Ana Maldonado. Today, the ministry has a global reach that extends throughout the Americas, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Africa. To ensure their message is delivered clearly, church leaders rely on the clarity and natural sonic performance of E6 Earset and B3 Lavalier microphones from the catalog of Menlo Park, CA-based Countryman Associates.
Edward Puerta is the Director of Production and Engineering for King Jesus International Ministry. He is responsible for all production and the related technical disciplines at King Jesus Ministry facilities, including a 6000-person sanctuary, a 14,000-square foot TV studio, a University, and more. Additionally, he serves as the live event producer for all of Apostle Maldonado’s national and international events, which can range from small arenas for 2,000 people to outdoor, open fields with greater than one million people in attendance at any given time. Puerta discussed his fondness for Countryman microphones and provided insight to their use within the organization.
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Wirebox Media (Smyna, GA) recently installed a NEXO GEO S12 line array system replacing a 20-year old cluster at The Salvation Army Temple in Atlanta. The system for the 1,000-seat Temple consists of seven GEO S1210s and one S1230. In addition, the company installed a Yamaha QL5 Digital Audio Console with five Tio Dante input/output boxes, Yamaha IF2108 monitors, a Yamaha DME24N Digital Mix Engine, and Yamaha SWP L2 Network Switches.
A blend of contemporary and traditional worship, the musical set up is quite complex with a mixture of a 35-piece brass band, 40-voice choir, 6-piece contemporary band and 3-4 lead vocalists.
Founded at the turn of the century – this century, Lighthouse Church in Maryland has been growing apace since the day it opened the doors at its original, 24,000 square-foot building. To accommodate the demand, the church opened satellite campuses and continually expanded the number of weekend services offered, but it was never enough. Thus, Lighthouse Church recently moved its flagship services to a new 74,000 square-foot building in Glen Burnie, Maryland. Solsound, a Maryland-based A/V integration and production firm that had worked with Lighthouse Church in the past, designed and installed a distributed Danley Sound Labs sound reinforcement system that includes Danley SH (Synergy Horn) loudspeakers, SM speakers, GO2 compact loudspeakers, TH (Tapped Horn) subwoofers, and DNA multichannel amplifiers with onboard DSP and Danley model processing templates.
Ashland Baptist Church was organized by fifteen members on August 20, 1858. That first meeting was held in the Union Meeting House, currently the Masonic Hall on England Street, and served as the worship center until the dedication of the new church on Railroad Avenue. That “new” church building also served as a hospital during the Civil War. In 1967, the congregation moved to its present location. Since that time, several wings were added including a new sanctuary and fellowship hall to accommodate their growing congregation. When church leaders determined that a new sound reinforcement system was needed to improve intelligibility and musical impact, they also knew that it could not come at the expense of First Baptist’s sanctuary aesthetics. Audio/video integration firm RTW Media designed and installed a Danley Sound Labs system that satisfied both the sonic and visual objectives by minimizing the number of speakers that were required to provide precise, intelligible coverage.
JVC Professional Video, a division of JVCKENWOOD USA Corporation, today announced a partnership with Broadcast Pix to save customers more than $3,000 on a multi-camera production system bundle through Dec. 31, 2017.
With the purchase of any Broadcast Pix Flint integrated production switcher and at least two JVC KY-PZ100 robotic PTZ video production cameras, customers will receive JVC camera control software (a $950 value) and a one-year extended warranty ($1,250 value) from Broadcast Pix. Plus, at time of purchase, dealers will provide an instant $450 rebate ($300 camera rebate plus $150 bundle rebate) for each JVC PTZ camera purchased.
Flint offers four HD/SD-SDI/HDMI inputs, plus eight channels of clips and graphics, up to four network inputs, and seven outputs. Other built-in features include an eight-channel audio mixer, three keyers with DVE, ClearKey chromakey with Virtual Studios, BPview customizable multi-view, dual channel CG, file-based macros, HD streaming and recording, and BPNet cloud-based content sharing and distribution.